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We respect and value the social media editors who share the links that make our job easier. But sometimes, we have no idea what they are talking about. So after a long day spent staring at Twitter, we're sharing our favorites.

Stylist owns HOW MANY bowties!? http://t.co/GdMftGqxMon Jan 02 19:21:03 via The Huffington Post


We've said it once and we'll say it again: bowties will never replace the dollar as America's preferred currency.

A century later, a South Pole 'loser' has emerged as a winner: http://t.co/Y5d5OSxe #heartwarmer @mcneuenMon Jan 02 22:44:54 via web


All that smart talk about history being written by the winners? It's written by the winners for a century, then turned over to the runner-up, who is then crowned an even bigger winner.

The BBC: reading your diary. Again!

Organic Tomatoes in January: Sucking Mexico Dry http://t.co/EqJZIsGSMon Jan 02 21:21:20 via twitterfeed


Easily the filthiest tweet of the day, and also the only one that can easily be tweaked to resemble the title of a series of schlocky horror films from the 1980s.

Tintin Is a New Breed of Comic-Book Hero for Most Americans http://t.co/MR9NnTK7Mon Jan 02 21:21:24 via The New York Times


It's kind of remarkable that the country that rejected Mr. Bean is now being asked to accept a slender European comic book character as a viable action hero. If only Rowan Atkinson had the combined creative firepower of Peter Jackson and Steven Spielberg...

Santorum’s near-invisibility might be his best quality http://t.co/GQ3ktZaH by @AbeGreenwaldMon Jan 02 22:25:04 via HootSuite


Invisibility is a highly underrated quality in a White House hopeful. Everyone always asks "Can he fly?" or "Does he have lasers that fire from his eyeballs?" But they always forget the old visibility question.

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